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How can I get off of Georgia first offender early?
I have already completed over 3.5 years of my 5 year sentence and my fine is paid to less than $300 I was trying to find out a way to get off early. I have completed school to become an emt and now I'm having trouble getting my license after I was told it was fine and I could do this without any issues. Any help I'd greatly appreciated thanks.
You're having issues because this first offender charge is showing as open / active against you because it hadn't been...
I pleaded guilty to my 2nd dui in 2004. I want to know if my interlock ignition can be waived. It's been ten years ago.
I pleaded guilty to my 2nd dui in 2004. I successfully completed probation, successfully completed dui school, my clinical evaluation was waived. But I was told that I still need a ignition interlock. Can this ignition interlock be waived since it has been so long ago. It's been over ten years since then to now.
It is possible, but you should hire a lawyer to file such a motion on your behalf.
What is the most likely scenario that I will face in my situation below? Options to lessen severity of judgment against me?
I have admittedly been irresponsible and made some poor decisions in my past and realize that I must suffer the consequences of the omissions and commissions of these choices. The following are my offenses: 1). Driving with altered tag and broken windshield 2). Driving with suspended license ***License suspended after being pulled over for DUI offense and refusal to take a blood test 3). Driving without car insurance x 4 4). While on probation had initially cooperated with community service with weekly reports and payments of $50/weekly but stopped reporting and in violation of this. I have an upcoming court appearance in 10 days. I understand the multiple offenses and there are consequences that must be incurred.
Wow! Well, easily, your probation should be revoked and you'll likely have to serve some time in jail for all these...
What will happend if i violated my probation with a dui
Quick question what will happen if i violated my felony probation for the first time for a dui probation was originally in cartersville but had it moved to rome since i live in rome. Have to go see my po thursday morning and have court for the dui june 9th
It could be as simple as nothing will happen or you could be revoked in full. It really just depends on several factors...
If I just got charged with dui and I had 1 in 2007 and 2005 will it be my first or third conviction?
the clerk at the probate court says duis go back 5 years and so does the governor's website. I just want some clarity to this issue. I was approached by an off duty cop while sitting in my friends driveway sleeping/passed out with the keys in the ignition and running. a uniformed officer came and hooked me up after off duty fellow gave me breathalyzer.
DUIs stay on your record for life. So, you have two DUIs in 10 years. If convicted, this would be your third in 10.......
My license is suspended in NYC,I just moved to Rome Georgia,will I be able to get a drivers license in Georgia ?
Or can I get a license for work in Georgia ?
You're not supposed to be able to. If you are suspended in another state Georgia will not issue you a Georgia License...
What happens in Probation administrative hearings in Georgia.
I'm in a program called aftercare after successfully completing another program called daily report center. Both are intense state probation. I've served 2 years on papers and have less than one left but I have first offender act. I was supposed to go to aa/na meetings to get signatures but didn't. I signed them myself. Now I have a probation admin hearing in the morning. I told the P.O. That I honestly did sign them myself because it's hard for me to work and go to meetings. He said that he will recommend to his supervisor that I just finish the program. My question is what is most likely going to happen?
Often the judge will adhear to the P.O.'s recommendation. If the P.O. decides to issue a probation violation then you...